I’m the author and illustrator for Seen and Unseen: Observations in the Panama Wilderness. It’s a historical fiction set deep in the Panamanian rainforest. Follow Sam Hildebrand, an ichthyologist, during his adventure through mud and magic as he tries to complete the 1911 Smithsonian Biological survey.
Whether is a vector graphic of our circulatory system, the anatomy of a frog, a painting of the rainforest, or a drawing of a monster, I can produce a wide variety of 2D art. Organic shapes, anatomy, creatures, animals, scientific study, and medical study are the areas in which I tend to focus.
I specialize in low-poly 3D models, hand painted textures, and vector art. I’m skilled in working with low polycounts and limited space. I also have experience in retopology, scheduling, and outsourcer management.
From the medical industry to the games industry, I have created effective, user-friendly designs that get the user to the critical information or fun that they need as soon as possible.
I’m an illustrator, a writer, and a 3D sculptor. The amount of random animal facts I know would startle most people. I think all sandwiches should be messy and covered in every topping available. Running is amazing. Lifting is meditation. I hope today turns out to be an adventure. Cheers!